Dandenong Indian Cultural Precinct Framework
In 2017 an Indian Cultural Precinct Framework was developed to capture community aspirations and assist in guiding future development of the Indian offer in Dandenong.
A series of workshops with a range of identified stakeholders resulted in a shared vision for Melbourne’s Premier Indian Precinct. The engagement process identified 140 initiatives categorised under the six Precinct Objectives:
- Presentation and Curation
- Trade Experience
- Marketing and Partnerships
- Festivals and Events
- Community Hub
The Indian Cultural Precinct Framework sets a strategic direction for the partnership between the Victorian Government, Multicultural Affairs and Social Cohesion Division, Development Victoria, City of Greater Dandenong and Indian Cultural Precinct Taskforce to deliver the shared vision over the short, medium and long term.
Immediate action will focus on short term initiatives that best use the funds allocated in the Victorian Budget ($500,000) through Department of Premier and Cabinet.
You are invited to provide feedback on the Indian Cultural Precinct Framework which is available in a summary form and as a full 54 page Precinct Framework.
Indian Cultural Precinct Framework Summary (PDF - 948KB)
Indian Cultural Precinct Framework (PDF - 2.2MB)
Comments are invited by 5 March 2018 and can be emailed to email@example.com.
Free copies of the Framework and Summary can be requested via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Council on 8571 1000, If you would prefer to speak directly with a Council representative about the Indian Cultural Precinct Framework.